Note: High amount of hiss, repetitive hum and distortion on part 1. Audio cuts in and out at the beginning and is mostly inaudible.
Description: Part 1: Beginning to 01:49:00 -- People's Law School program hosted by Patrick Nayers (sp?) of the National Lawyers Guild with Marty Fastler and Peter Bow of the Youth Law Center on Bay Area high school rules on dress and hair styles, student rights, youth and the law and juvenile justice.
01:49:00 to 01:52:30 -- Audio commentary and fundraising pitch.
Until end -- Radio program "The Amchitka Island Nuclear Blast: More American Machismo" with John Schwartz interviews three scientists about nuclear tests in the Aleutian islands.
Part 2: Beginning until 00:31:00 -- Interview with Dianne Schwarluke (sp?), Berkeley/Albany chapter of the ACLU Police Complaint Center, Peter Frank of the ACLU and his client, Mr. Avengar Agan (sp?) on Berkeley Police misconduct. Mr. Agan was a graduate of UC Berkeley School of Architecture in 1968 and was beaten by police while walking at night in Berkeley during a curfew called because of student demonstrations in solidarity with the Paris student riots.
00:31:00 to 00:44:28 -- Commentary of Ann Draper interview with two workers from Cornell men's clothing industry workers who are on strike.
00:45:20 -- KPFA News
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